Another Guardians of the Galaxy star could be in line for a role in the DCU

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James Gunn holds all the aces in the superhero genre, having transitioned from directing one of the most popular Marvel Cinematic Universe series to full-on CEO of Warner Bros. DC Studios division. One of the perks of this career is that he can ask his favorite Marvel actors to come to the other side if he ever feels like it. Lee Pace, who played the accuser in both Ronan Guardians of the Galaxy And Captain Marvelcould be an option for the future of the DC, the director revealed.

Gunn was asked by a Pace superfan on Twitter if he’d ever bring this pushing daisies actors into the DC Universe, and the director’s response was short and straight to the point. “Yes,” was all he had to say.

With Gunn dropping many of the stars of the franchise previously known as the DC Extended Universe, any casting calls he makes going forward, especially for key roles like Batman and Superman, will come under full scrutiny from fans. Pace as Bruce Wayne could work as the 43-year-old actor proved he can be perfectly calm and brooding in his performance as a Kree warlord.

If Pace makes the jump from MCU to DCU, he wouldn’t be the first actor to follow Gunn from one to the other. Michael Rooker, Sylvester Stallone and Gunn’s brother Sean Gunn had roles in both Guardian Series like Yondu, Stakar and Kraglin and The Suicide Squad as Savant, King Shark and Weasel. As Gunn previously said, “This cast is like my family,” and family sticks together. Another Guardians of the Galaxy star could be in line for a role in the DCU

Adam Bradshaw

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